As the brawl between Sammy Gyamfi and George Opare Addo [Pablo] festers, the former President, John Dramani Mahama has moved to reconcile the two party executives.
Sammy Gyamfi, the Communications Officer and George Opare Addo, Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress have been at loggerheads after the National Youth and Women’s Congress held at Cape Coast in the Central Region when both of them engaged each other in verbal and counter-attacks during a media interview.
The newly re-elected National Youth Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) George Opare Addo popularly known as Pablo, was not pleased with the open campaign and support his National Communication Director, Mr Sammy Gyamfi gave to his opponent, Mr Yaw Brogya Genfi at the just ended Women and youth Organizer race for the party.
On Power FM on Monday, December 12, 2022, days after Mr Opare Addo emerged victorious told the host of the programme, Mr Mugabe Maase that he contested the youth organizer ship post with Sammy Gyamfi, the ‘small boy’ and not Brogya Genfi.
Making matters worse, he called out on the Communication Director to explain to every Ghanaian the source of his wealth and how he financed his Airport Hills building on live radio.
Reacting to the allegations, Sammy Gyamfi on Wednesday on Onua TV, averred that he openly campaigned and supported Yaw Brogya Genfi because they have been friends for a long.
According to him, he has no issue with George Opare Addo though the latter has called him names.
However, the former President, John Dramani Mahama has stepped into the issue and asked the two executive members to cease fire.
In a Facebook post sighted by myrepubliconline.com, the former president wrote, “I’ve had meetings with our Youth Organizer and Communications Officer and agreed with them that the current exchanges must stop. It brings our great party no benefit and only serves as a distraction from the hardship caused by the reckless management of our economy.”
“Let’s keep our eyes on the prize for the ‘Ghana we want’.” Mr Mahama added